Whether you decide to bake or buy, consider embellishing your cake with inspiration from these outrageously decadent Instagram images.
The history of cheesecake is a bit sticky — everyone wants a slice.
A few years ago, I decided to try and wow my in-laws by baking a step-intensive, outrageously decadent cheesecake. It was a white and milk-chocolate “bullseye” design that required a laborious process of measuring and pouring the mixtures just so to create perfectly symmetrical concentric circles, alternating brown and white batters. However, the end result was just short of a disaster: The circles weren’t symmetrical, instead they were more like bulbous squiggles resembling paint splatters. The white-chocolate layer ran out before I could finish the final center circle. The batter kept splattering, white chocolate mixing with the milk chocolate, the edges of each color bleeding and sloshing into one another. After baking, the cheesecake looked like a sad, hot mess, its center caving in and the edges sticking to the sides.
The Trump-Kushner family celebrated Shavuot with fidget spinners and a break from being investigated for breaking international law
It’s not a simple coincidence that the two holidays fall at the same time. They’re historically — and theologically — linked.
Jewish thinkers discuss Shavuot with one question in mind: how should we apply this holiday based on ancient practices to society of today?
The seemingly pious behavior of a seemingly pious Jew actually shatters the Torah in a way that shatters decency and justice in the public sphere.
JERUSALEM — An Israeli rabbinical group that works to bridge the religious-secular divide will hold Shavuot holiday learning programs in h…
The base of this ‘elevated’ but easy holiday dessert is a store-bought blintz.
Creamy and light and perfect for Shavuot, this delicious dessert from Jamie Geller has only five ingredients.